Question & Answer

Do ants damage property?   ANSWER: Yes, besides ruining human food, some species of ants can damage wood in and around homes. These carpenter ants like to make their nests in porches, roofs, windowsills and telephone poles.   Source:...

House Ants

This ant gets its name from the strong, rotten coconut-like smell it gives off when crushed. These tiny insects range in size from one-sixteenth of an inch to one-eighth of an inch long. Description Color–Brown or Black, Legs-Six, Shape– Segmented; oval,...

Question & Answer

Can bees eat wood? ANSWER: A special type of bee can dig tunnels in wood to make its home. The carpenter bee prefers wood that is at least two inches thick and relatively soft. Carpenter bee tunnels are perfectly round and usually have piles of wood dust underneath...

Did You Know…………

Male mosquitoes do not bite humans, but rather live on plant juices and other natural liquids from plants and decomposing organic material.   Source:...

Question & Answer

What type of pest can lay one egg every fifteen seconds for the majority of their life? ANSWER: A queen underground termite lives to produce eggs. Worker termites build nests, gather food and protect the colony while the queen has babies. Source:...
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